Archive for October, 2018
The business card scene in American Psycho most famous business cards in cinematic history. Here, we'll break down each card, what makes them unique, and how you can get your own custom rendition of some of these popular cards.
Yes, we’re making a huge water-quality and infrastructure investment in Northeast Ohio which will indeed “serve the needs of local residents through the 21st century and beyond.” And no, Onion, it’s…
CLEVELAND—Saying the bold new infrastructure project would serve the needs of local residents through the 21st century and beyond, city officials announced Monday that work was finally complete on Cleveland’s long-awaited elevated sewer system.
The huge loss is a tragedy in itself but also threatens the survival of civilisation, say the world’s leading scientists
Blog of Benjamin Eberlei, covering a wide range of programming, bootstrapping and entrepreneurial topics
Diagnosing a video playback issue in Safari, thanks to a timely blog post.
If you’ve got a service worker issue, it might not be a problem with your code.
Simone Giertz is raising funds for The Every Day Calendar on Kickstarter! A personal gold star system for your habits
“This is happening. It’s not going to go away.”
a blog by Jeff Atwood on programming and human factors
Cleveland.com's new 'right to be forgotten' program removes names from some expunged crime stories - iMediaEthics
In the European Union, the "Right to Be Forgotten" allows people to request Google remove links to stories that they believe negatively affect them. In
Newt Gingrich turned partisan battles into bloodsport, wrecked Congress, and paved the way for Trump’s rise. Now he’s reveling in his achievements.
@KeatonPatti: I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of TED Talks and then asked it to write a TED Talk of its own. Here is the first…
A shortage of financing, investors and tenants brings and end to plans for the last water-powered paper mill on the Chagrin River.
Bill Gates remembers his friend Paul Allen, a brilliant technologist and philanthropist.
My Bloody Valentine Plan To Release Two New Albums In the Next Year | Music News | Consequence of Sound
In an interview filmed at Super Sonic Festival, Kevin Shields said My Bloody Valentine plan to release two new albums in the next year. These projects follow the band's live comeback over the summer. Also, Shields and Brian Eno's collaborative song "The Weight of History" has been officially released.
One of the first decisions any tourist had to make when crossing the German border in the mid-1930s was whether or not to “Heil Hitler.”
One of the things I love about our flexible work environment at Basecamp is the freedom to step away from something whenever I need to. Right now I’m exploring designs for a new product idea. R&D…
The city’s new mayor has made cleaner streets a top priority. Residents say it will take much more than a broom to do it.
Singles and splits documented a bandâs between-albums evolution during the 1990s. These compilations, remastered and reissued, document that process for one of the eraâs most innovative groups.
<p> We sat down with the team to hear about their day-to-day, the best way to get buy-in, and how to run meetings that don’t suck.</p>
@sugarandfrogs: We are ONE today!
A management book that is refreshingly different